Clydesdale terrier
Clydesdale terrier Clydesdale terrier One of a breed of small silky-haired terriers related to, but smaller than, the Skye terrier, having smaller and perfectly erect ears. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Clydesdale terrier — /klaɪdzdeɪl ˈtɛriə/ (say kluydzdayl tereeuh) noun a variety of Skye terrier bred for smallness …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Clydesdale — n. 1 a a horse of a heavy powerful breed, used as draught horses. b this breed. 2 a kind of small terrier. Etymology: orig. bred near the river Clyde in Scotland: see DALE …   Useful english dictionary

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